Talk:Lumberjack (5e Class)
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I believe this class to be an excellent candidate to be a FA, as I think it is fun, unique, and balanced among having all the other prerequisites needed to become an FA. There may still be some minor issues throughout, but nothing that can't be ironed out. As normal, this page needs to be supported, commented, or opposed from within the community, and double checked for confirmation to featured article formatting and content standards by someone who will then let us know how well it meets these criteria.--Blobby383b (talk) 17:40, 7 July 2018 (MDT)
- Support — Per above, this class has been a major project of mine for some time and I am extremely happy with how it has turned out.--Blobby383b (talk) 17:40, 7 July 2018 (MDT)
- Comment - I've always loved your work and still do. Unfortunately this doesn't grab onto me like some other pages you've worked on. I don't see issues with it- it is well written, has unique features, and reads quite well. Part of me struggles that I think it is background? I really hope this doesn't come off badly though. I think you've done great, I'm just not feeling the FA vibe on this one. <3 BigShotFancyMan (talk) 20:44, 8 July 2018 (MDT)
- Comment - With Enhanced Metabolism wouldn't it be more appropriate to give advantage on Consitution saves/checks rather than Wisdom survival checks because metabolism is related to the body, not your survival knowledge/skills, or you could name it something like Harsh Adaptation and keep the advantage on Wisdom survival checks. Also, do you mean extreme environments instead of extreme weather? regardless I can't find details about extreme weather or environments so I am not sure if Wisdom survival checks are more relevant then Consitution saves/checks so I can't say which is better to have.
With Deeply Rooted it says "whenever you are on solid ground. This feature does not work if your character is not touching the ground" which is unnecessary repetition, its not a big issue but it bugs me
With Unyielding Body, you should mention if you can change the resistance or not. Most features that give you a choice of resistances also allow a player to change the resistance.
With Brace does it give you resistance to the attacks damage type in which case what if there are multiple damage types. and when it says this turn does that mean that creatures turn or until the beginning of your next turn or until their turn.
With Ageless Guardian it says "you are immune to effects that cause instant death" which can be interpreted to mean anything that causes instant death, it should be completely clear due to its ability to become broken, I don't know how it can be worded in a clear and concise way but you could give an example like power word kill.